Island Connections Editions 585 and 586 publishes exclusive interview by Sheila Collins HOTEL TIGAIGA – the early years (part 1) 27/02/09 The hotel has won more Holly prices for their ecological and quality policies than any other hotel in Spain.
trivago, the largest European travel community analyses guests reviews of approximately 300,000 hotels around the world and congratulates the Tigaiga for achieving rank 2 in the category “Best hotels for Hikers Canary Islands”.
For the fourthteenth time in a row the TUI Holly Award went to the Tigaiga. Out of the 12,000 hotels TUI offers, the ‘Oscar’ in the holiday hotel business was awarded to the 100 best and most popular hotels. As the results in guest questionnaires showed, what especially matters for a winning hotel is service-based trade, rankingContinue Reading “TUI Holly award goes to Tigaiga again”
The Guardian, Saturday February 16 2008 Drink wine from the barrel in Tenerife Hire a car, buy a map and head for the Orotava wine valley in the island’s lush north, to discover the guachinches (gwa-CHEEN-chays). These makeshift rural bars open seasonally to sell the latest harvest of country wine. With it they dish upContinue Reading “10 great boozy breaks”
Aside from being a long suitcase trundle from the bus station, this place has just about everything else going for it. The rooms are classy and large with incredible views and seriously gorgeous gardens. There’s even a peacock or two.
From The Sunday TIMES It’s the perfect time of year for a continental hike. Vincent Crump presents our step-by-step guide to four classic walking weekends.
TIMES, November 29, 2003 Hotel Tigaiga, Puerto de la Cruz The former harbour town of Puerto de la Cruz is the elder statesmen of Tenerife tourism — in the 1890s it was a spa destination. Apart from a rapidly decreasing patch for the pint and pie party, it remains the epitome of graceful tourism.
Enrique Talg, Irene Talg, Sres. Gerhard Schröder (German Chancellor) and Sr. Dr. Ralf Corsten (TUI) in Hannover
Found in: Vaya! nuevo 3: (Mass Market Paperback) by Michael Buckby (Author), Mike Calvert (Author) The three-stage edition of this Spanish course for beginners leads to public examinations. Look at page 103 and discover the Tigaiga …